Whether Mentoring in Teacher Education: Final Thoughts
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This chapter summerises the main ideas of this volumne and reemphasizes the main factors in creating a supportive environment for effective implementation of mentoring/peer mentoring models in teacher education and teacher professional development in broader contexts. It concludes by suggestions for future practice of mentoring and peer mentoring in developing teacher's professionalism in responses to the reforms in language education in Asia.
KeywordsTeacher Education Preservice Teacher Teacher Education Program Experienced Teacher Teacher Learning
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